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Winter Harp performs at Raven's Cry

Their concerts have been called unique, exotic, magical, extraordinary - it's hard to aptly describe the acclaimed ensemble Winter Harp that is performing at Raven's Cry Theatre Sunday, Nov. 28, at 2:30 p.m.

Chamberlin holds holiday show

Vivian Chamberlin is a force to be reckoned with. At 81 she keeps a schedule that would tire a much younger person. And she loves every minute of it. Chamberlin, a talented artist, is having a show that runs from Nov. 26 to Dec.

New exhibit on display

Jone Pane's current exhibition, Ecstasy Explored, can be viewed this November at the Blue Moon Café on Cowrie Street in Sechelt. Pane has created original drawings or bitmaps on her computer and digitally printed them in vibrant colours.

Street banner project winners chosen

The Sunshine Coast Arts Council is pleased to announce the winners of this year's Sechelt Street Banner project.

St. John's group going strong

For an art club only a year old, the St. John's United Artists have shown an impressive amount of energy and expertise.

Artist returns to her roots

She has a passion to preserve her culture. Carlene Joe has been through a lot in her life. She has struggled with drug addiction and watched her friends and family members succumb to it.

Tea book a labour of love

Gibsons artist Pauline Lawson is always ready to put the kettle on and serve tea in an outstanding collection of china cups. Tea is only one of her interests; others include antique shops, living by the ocean, music, good food and wine.

Tables set for fall show

The Sunshine Coast's Driftwood Players are poised to launch their latest production, British playwright Terence Rattigan's Separate Tables, which opens at Heritage Playhouse in Gibsons on Nov. 11 at 8 p.m.

Dinner theatre a delight

When Pebbles Restaurant and Peninsula Players team up to present an evening of dinner theatre, they draw a capacity crowd. And it's no wonder. The food is beautifully prepared and presented, and the entertainment is high-class and hilarious.

Welcoming Wildlife to the Garden

When editor Catherine Johnson looks out the window at her 10-acre farm in Klein Lake, she sees a place of welcome for the creatures of the Coast. Her hanging bird feeders offer a buffet for birds. Her compost box has an open top for visiting ravens.
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